Robb Report – Designing Luxury  Subscribe Today at Huge Savings!Save up to 73% off the cover price.PLUS FREE digital access. Last week, Indian Motorcycle released details of the new liquid-cooled, 122 hp PowerPlus motor with 128 ft lbs of torque. Today, we get to see the model it will go with in the 2020 Indian Challenger lineup. The Challenger is a big deal for Indian. This is an all-new platform for the Minneapolis manufacturer, and it’s hitting strong with three variants. What is shared between the $21,999 base model, the $27,499 Challenger Dark Horse and the $27,999 Challenger Limited is that 60-degree V-twin PowerPlus motor, cast aluminum chassis and the suspension, which consists of inverted 43 mm front forks and a single, hydraulically adjustable FOX shock absorber at the rear. Other shared components are the brakes and bodywork, with Brembo providing its twin M4.32 front calipers, normally something found on sportier machines like the Kawasaki Z H2, and matched to Indian’s ABS system. The fairing is fixed to the chassis and holds in place a three-position adjustable windscreen and adjustable air vents, with a massive LED headlight illuminating the night sky. Also i...